Here's the tastiest new idea to come along for kids' lunch boxes since the juice pack. Introducing Lunch Box Library, an ingenious way to enjoy reading that combines the old-fashioned pleasures of a cliffhanger with an innovative and irresistible design. Printed on a tear-off pad, each volume contains stories in serial form. 6 Wild Adventures features a half-dozen inventive tales in 15-episode form. Written by veteran children's authors, here's "Creampuff, the Heroic Hamster," "Sarah Zodd's Arabian Nights," "A Really Bad Cyber-Hair Day," plus pirates, mutant chickens, Egyptian mummies, and more, for up to three weeks of lunch.
Suitable for grades 3-5. 40,000 copies in print.
About the Author
Sarah Albee is co-author of Lunch Box Library: Six Wild Adventures and author of the forthcoming Big Words for Little Scientists.
Richie Chevat has written Ghostwriter Mysteries and Magic School Bus activity books, as well as The Marbles Book & the Marbles.
Kate McMullan has written more than 100 books for children, including I Stink!, I’m Dirty!, I’m Bad!, the Dragonslayer’s Academy series, Nutcracker Noel, Hey, Pipsqueak!, and, of course, the original Supercat. She and her husband, the illustrator James McMullan, live in New York City and Sag Harbor, New York.